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Little Abner -Leslie Parrish.

Leslie Parrish

Leslie Parrish

Leslie Parrish

To Joy (Ingmar Bergman, 1950)

Fall 2014. Envisioning a Brighter Future

Leslie Harrington The Color Association of the United States New York, New York

Graydon Parrish Artist and CEO The Classical Lab Austin, Texas

I overheard some 15 and 16 year olds talking the other day (at work, not out in the community)- they were discussing 'old music' but I couldn't quite hear ...

Lois Swirnoff Author, Dimensional Color Professor Emeritus, UCLA Brookline, Massachusetts

Swinging By His Neck

CRED: Tampa program teaches community redevelopment skills

The Money Jungle had him with blondes Lola Albright and Leslie Parrish as he ...

That advent calendar's looking a bit battered now isn't it? It hasn't helped that someone sat on it, bending it in two. Since then two of the chocolates ...

"But everything [on High, Wide and Handsome, 1937] became a little bit brighter when I got to know Randolph Scott, one of the finest men in Hollywood.


Alice Stone Blackwell (1857-1950) American feminist, suffragist, journalist, and human rights advocate. Alice went blind in her later years.

Cry Danger - 1951

She is remembered for her work in Hollywood musical films of the 1940s and ' 50s. Signed, inscribed 8x10 dated 2001. VG..........40-60

“What about going away for a while?” Rennie asks companionably. Power replies, “I am.” It's a long shot with the room, cavernous, foreshadowing his portal ...

Ruth McDevitt - McDevitt in 1950.

Judy Holliday in 1950 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Perry Mason Knows: Anyone May Be Guilty, Evil Lurks Just Beneath the Mask of Respectability - PopMatters


Julie Parrish - Julie Parrish from the television comedy Good Morning, World (1967)

Natalie Wood in Gypsy

The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962)

Veronica Lake - Publicity photo c. 1950s

Love Is a Many Splendored Thing (TV series) - Donna Mills as Laura Donnelly

Tay ...

Hunter Parrish - Parrish at the Emmys, September 2009

Candace Loewen EDITED

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Hamptons - 2017 - Issue 1 - 5-26-2017 (Memorial Day) - Hilary Swank by MODERN LUXURY - issuu

Charles Laughton - The Beachcomber, 1938

Charles Lang Freer - James McNeill Whistler, La Princesse du Pays de la porcelain,

Leslie Grantham - Grantham in 2005

There's only so many ways I can say- here's some cracking rockabilly from 1950-whatever. But it is Friday, and here is some cracking rockabilly from 1957 ...

Roy Berns Richard S. Hunter Professor Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester, NY


Dan Fishback's take on the Chanukah Wars comes to Dixon Place

OMO adds Brightness to whiteness, Novmber 1954

The Annotated Pauline Kael¹: Gun Crazy (Joseph H. Lewis, 1950)

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February 2, 1950 – September 19, 2016

Charles Laughton - The Beachcomber, 1938

The Brighter Day - Three of the Dennis children, 1954. From left: Babby

Lorne presented Leslie with a certificate of thanks acknowledging her work by paying Rotary International to give 10 children an innoculation against polio.

Weekend Event - New Year's Eve Party: 1950 After Six Formal Wear


Eddie August Schneider - Eddie August Schneider shaking the hand of Richard Bronaugh Barnitz in Los

Ames Unity Hughes

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Jordan Rose and her mother, Leslie Rich

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Sheila Howell, age 63, of Gatesville passed away Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. She was born on Dec. 11, 1952 in Houston to Earl Massey and Mary Morris Massey.

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Today there is a brighter star in heaven that helps to illuminate each of our hearts and to help fill the emptiness we now feel with the loss of our friend.

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Jerry Lewis - Lewis in 1973.

In May 1962 Leon Russell wasn't Leon Russell yet. He was still Russell Bridges, a first-call Los Angeles session player from Oklahoma.